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So I think this term should officially enter the hockey lexicon.

How would you guys define "Montreal Typical" ?

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Colin226    109

I'm sure Sterio will go to town in this thread.. But I recall Peter Laviolette using it to mean that they always get calls at home

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I'm sure Sterio will go to town in this thread.. But I recall Peter Laviolette using it to mean that they always get calls at home

I know that it started with Laviolette's reaction to a game against Montreal. But it's a good term for a more broad situation. Like Sidney Crosby is Montreal Typical.

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PWW    43

The Devils getting the short-end of the stick on a video review is Montreal Typical.

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SterioDesign    261

I'm sure Sterio will go to town in this thread.. But I recall Peter Laviolette using it to mean that they always get calls at home

Waiiiit a minute ! Are you telling me im famous or something? Haha

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Colin226    109

I'm sure Sterio will go to town in this thread.. But I recall Peter Laviolette using it to mean that they always get calls at home

Waiiiit a minute ! Are you telling me im famous or something? Haha

You're our resident Québécois and Canadiens hater lol

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SterioDesign    261

You're our resident Québécois and Canadiens hater lol

 

i dont live in Quebec at all haha I live in Moncton, New-Brunswick... which is like 11 hrs away from MTL... and 8 hrs from Boston actually

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Colin226    109

You're our resident Québécois and Canadiens hater lol

i dont live in Quebec at all haha I live in Moncton, New-Brunswick... which is like 11 hrs away from MTL... and 8 hrs from Boston actually

Close enough :P But I thought the Canadiens were your most hated team

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SterioDesign    261

Close enough :P But I thought the Canadiens were your most hated team

 

thats 110% true haha I hate the fans more than the team though

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caron14    45

im a québécois and a canadiens hater too. Les devils du new jersey sont la meilleur concession de la ligue depuis 1987 (arrivé de Lou)... Pourquoi prendre pour un équipe comme montréal qui sont tout croche année apr`s année.

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Devs3cups    10

im a québécois and a canadiens hater too. Les devils du new jersey sont la meilleur concession de la ligue depuis 1987 (arrivé de Lou)... Pourquoi prendre pour un équipe comme montréal qui sont tout croche année apr`s année.

I'm from Quebec city, QC haha. Exactement, et en plus notre gardien est le meilleur de tous les temps, en plus d'être québécois ;) Usually people in Quebec hate MTL because of the Nordiques-Habs rivalry, people still feel the same way about the Habs even if the Nordiques aren't there anymore. Edited by Devs3cups

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Pepperkorn    80

I think it's reaching - it really should just pertain to Montreal, not a hockey shafting in general. Just my opinion.

 

Just like Montreal shouldn't apply to all French Canadians in general sterio  :P

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devilzibook    1

I'm from Quebec city too and I must admit that I REALLY AND BADLY HATE the Canadiens.... What a joke this team is....

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